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1993 African Championships in Athletics

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1993 African Championships in Athletics

The 9th African Championships in Athletics were held between 23 and 27 June 1993 in Durban, South Africa at Kings Park Stadium.

Medal summary

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Daniel Effiong
Nigeria
10.39 Jean-Olivier Zirignon
Ivory Coast
10.53 Nelson Boateng
Ghana
10.55
200 metres Johan Rossouw
South Africa
20.65 Oluyemi Kayode
Nigeria
20.79 Nelson Boateng
Ghana
21.01
400 metres Kennedy Ochieng
Kenya
45.29 Ibrahim Hassan
Ghana
45.90 Simon Kemboi
Kenya
46.06
800 metres Sammy Langat
Kenya
1:45.43 Paul Ruto
Kenya
1:45.99 Arthémon Hatungimana
Burundi
1:46.42
1500 metres David Kibet
Kenya
3:45.67 Johan Landsman
South Africa
3:46.03 Johan Fourie
South Africa
3:46.22
5000 metres Simon Chemoiywo
Kenya
13:09.68 Haile Gebrselassie
Ethiopia
13:10.41 Worku Bikila
Ethiopia
13:12.53
10000 metres William Sigei
Kenya
27:25.23 Fita Bayissa
Ethiopia
27:26.90 Haile Gebrselassie
Ethiopia
27:30.17
3000 metre steeplechase Joseph Keter
Kenya
8:22.34 Christopher Kosgei
Kenya
8:24.58 Simretu Alemayehu
Ethiopia
8:31.51
110 metres hurdles Kobus Schoeman
South Africa
13.93 Moses Oyiki Orode
Nigeria
14.21 Winpie Nel
South Africa
14.22
400 metres hurdles Erick Keter
Kenya
49.38 Dries Vorster
South Africa
49.59 Hamidou Mbaye
Senegal
50.22
High jump Flippie van Vuuren
South Africa
2.22 Khemraj Naiko
Mauritius
2.19 Pierre Vorster
South Africa
2.13
Pole vault Okkert Brits
South Africa
5.40 Riaan Botha
South Africa
5.20 Brian Mardaymootoo
Mauritius
4.60
Long jump Obinna Eregbu
Nigeria
8.32w Ayodele Aladefa
Nigeria
8.05w James Sabulei
Kenya
7.99
Triple jump Toussaint Rabenala
Madagascar
16.72 Wikus Olivier
South Africa
16.35 Paul Nioze
Seychelles
16.11
Shot put Carel le Roux
South Africa
18.29 Chima Ugwu
Nigeria
18.07 Jaco Snyman
South Africa
17.38
Discus throw Mickael Conjungo
Central African Republic
59.92 Christo Kruger
South Africa
54.42 Dawie Kok
South Africa
54.08
Hammer throw Hakim Toumi
Algeria
69.82 Samir Haouam
Algeria
63.76 Charlie Koen
South Africa
60.46
Javelin throw Tom Petranoff
South Africa
82.40 Phillip Spies
South Africa
77.68 Louis Fouché
South Africa
77.10
Decathlon Pierre Faber
South Africa
7164 Danie van Wyk
South Africa
7108 Hassan Farouk Sayed
Egypt
6770
20 kilometre road walk Getachew Demisse
Ethiopia
1:28:56 Chris Britz
South Africa
1:29:28 Riecus Blignouat
South Africa
1:30:55
4 x 100 metres relay Ghana 39.53 Nigeria 39.97 South Africa 40.25
4 x 400 metres relay Kenya 3:03.10 Nigeria 3:06.03 Senegal 3:06.38

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Beatrice Utondu
Nigeria
11.39 Elinda Vorster
South Africa
11.45 Christy Opara-Thompson
Nigeria
11.60
200 metres Mary Onyali
Nigeria
22.71 Yolanda Steyn
South Africa
23.22 Evette de Klerk
South Africa
23.29
400 metres Tina Paulino
Mozambique
51.82 Emily Odoemenam
Nigeria
52.26 Aïssatou Tandian
Senegal
53.00
800 metres Maria de Lurdes Mutola
Mozambique
1:56.36 Gladys Wamuyu
Kenya
2:01.24 Ilse Wicksell
South Africa
2:03.75
1500 metres Elana Meyer
South Africa
4:12.56 Gwen Griffiths
South Africa
4:13.17 Getenesh Urge
Ethiopia
4:13.68
3000 metres Gwen Griffiths
South Africa
9:13.92 Merima Denboba
Ethiopia
9:14.48 Hellen Chepngeno
Kenya
9:14.49
10000 metres Berhane Adere
Ethiopia
32:48.52 Lydia Cheromei
Kenya
32:54.55 Fatuma Roba
Ethiopia
32:55.32
100 metres hurdles Nicole Ramalalanirina
Madagascar
13.32 Taiwo Aladefa
Nigeria
13.50 Annemarie le Roux
South Africa
13.74
400 metres hurdles Omotayo Akinremi
Nigeria
57.59 Lana Uys
South Africa
57.60 Karen Swanepoel
South Africa
58.23
High jump Charmaine Weavers
South Africa
1.90 Lucienne N'Da
Ivory Coast
1.86 Desiré du Plessis
South Africa
1.80
Long jump Christy Opara-Thompson
Nigeria
6.57 Beatrice Utondu
Nigeria
6.44 Hiwot Sisay
Ethiopia
6.23
(NR)
Triple jump Petrusa Swart
South Africa
12.95w Béryl Laramé
Seychelles
12.20w Sonya Agbéssi
Benin
12.02w
Shot put Louise Meintjies
South Africa
14.66 Elizabeth Olaba
Kenya
14.42 Luzanda Swanepoel
South Africa
14.23
Discus throw Lizette Etsebeth
South Africa
54.16 Nanette van der Walt
South Africa
51.58 Sandra Willms
South Africa
50.56
Javelin throw Liezl Roux
South Africa
48.24 Rhona Dwinger
South Africa
47.60 Michelle Bradbury
South Africa
43.92
Heptathlon Chrisna Oosthuizen
South Africa
5339 Maralize Visser
South Africa
5159 Caroline Kola
Kenya
4925
5000 metre track walk Dounia Kara
Algeria
24:33.56 Amsale Yakobe
Ethiopia
24:39.04 Felicita Falconer
South Africa
25:32.68
4 x 100 metres relay Nigeria 43.49 Madagascar 44.93 South Africa 45.15
4 x 400 metres relay Nigeria 3:33.21 South Africa 3:37.24 Ghana 3:39.66

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 South Africa 15 16 19 50
2 Nigeria 8 9 1 18
3 Kenya 8 5 4 17
4 Ethiopia 2 4 6 12
5 Madagascar 2 1 0 3
Algeria 2 1 0 3
7 Mozambique 2 0 0 2
8 Ghana 1 1 3 5
9 Central African Republic 1 0 0 1
10 Ivory Coast 0 2 0 2
11 Seychelles 0 1 1 2
Mauritius 0 1 1 2
13 Senegal 0 0 3 3
14 Egypt 0 0 1 1
Burundi 0 0 1 1
Benin 0 0 1 1

See also

External links

  • Results - GBR Athletics
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